E.C. LaRock (Erich S. Coston) was a DJ on Philly's WDAS (105.3 FM) for nearly two decades and hosted the Live Saturday Night with E.C. LaRock dance party. He was originally a member of the 80s Philly hip-hop crew Galaxy Five before joining WDAS in 1986. E.C. LaRock passed away at age 47 in October 2005.
This episode is co-hosted with The Bruiser and features some solid mid-90s tunes, including some rare gems and forgotten tracks (that Shante one is dope).
Adverts on this one include a great Issac Hayes Bud Lite ad and one for Banin's Auto Supply (they're still around).
Two Sounds... Chronicle
Keep'n It Real (Remix) (feat. Busta Rhymes, Dres From Black Sheep, Real Live, and Common)... Jamecia
Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check... Busta Rhymes
It's a Party (feat. Zhané)... Busta Rhymes
Man Digga Comin' Thru... Man Digga
One for the Money (Remix)... Lost Boyz & Horace Brown
Queen Pin... Roxanne Shante
This Iz Real... Shyheim
Hardcore Hip Hop (Remix)... Rawcotiks
? (You Can't Get With Me... Rhythm?)
Hang Out and Hustle (feat. Road Dawgs and Cruddy Click)... Naughty By Nature
? (ragga over Biggie's "One More Chance" beat)
Representin' (feat. Kool G Rap)... Ruffa
Doin' It... L.L. Cool J
Smif-n-Wessun and Mad Lion drops
Jazzy Phunkadelphia... The Zone
Operation Lock Down... Heltah Skeltah
Art of Facts... The Artifacts
The Yearn (feat. Pete Rock)... Lost Boyz
If It's Alright With You (feat. U-God)... Cappadonna
Who Could It Be?... Luciano meets Jungle Brothers
... into R&B show
Date is based on tracks played, plus a mention of the "Jam on the River" at Penns Landing, which was first held in 1996.